Casares

Casares

Casares is a beautiful Andalucian white village situated a short drive inland from from Estepona, on the Costa del Sol. The is a wide range of property for sale in Casares. Most availability is for Apartments on or near the coast. to rustic villas inland near the village.

Casares is a beautiful Andalucian ´pueblo blanco´ (white village), situated just a short drive away from Estepona, on the Costa del Sol. It receives a large number of visitors all year round and has a number of hotel and apaptment and villa rental options to welcome these visitors.

There is a twice daily L-77 service from Casares - Manilva - Sabinillas - Estepona - San Pedro - Marbella - Costa del Sol Hospital. Here is timetable as published from Estepona. Direct buses to La Linea (for Gibraltar), Algeciras and Malaga take the A-7 coast road, so it is necessary to catch them from Sabinillas.

Casares is a beautiful Andalucian ´pueblo blanco´ (white village), situated a short drive inland from from Estepona, on the Costa del Sol. It receives a large number of visitors all year round who like to photograpg the view of the village and wander its narrow streets and visit the castle.

The small protected area of the Sierra Crestellina, of 478ha, is a limestone ridge rising to 926m at its highest point. It stretches for 4km north-south, immediately north of the village of Casares.

Located in the southwest part of Malaga province, the Sierra Bermeja is a mountain range with an average height of 1,000m (its highest point being 1,450m), covering 1,236ha. It is an area that has undergone major volcanic activity; the rocks are rich in the olivine mineral. Rainwater has oxidised the iron and magnesium present in the rocks and the iron oxide has coloured the rock reddish-ginger, a hue that gives the sierra its name.

Located on a headland on the coast between River Manilva and Playa de la Sal and the Arroyo Camarate and Playa de Piedra Paloma. All within in the small coastal strip of the municipality of Casares.

A five-star hotel, spa and golf resort, Finca Cortesin on the Costa del Sol is considered by many to be one of the finest hotels in Spain. Most of Andalucia's landmark hotels - ones which are well known for their unusual or visually stunning buildings - are housed in historic buildings: old convents, castles or palaces. But a few are in cleverly-designed modern structures - though you'd never know it.

In the valley below Manilva are the Roman Sulphur baths of Hedionda. The high sulphur content is due to a sulphur spring which flows from a limestone outcrop above the valley. It attracted the attention of the Romans 2000 years ago.